Alice Hill

Hoover Institution

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Alice Hill is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution. She formerly served as special assistant to President Obama, where she helped draft the Federal Flood Risk Management Standard. 

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After hammering Puerto Rico and devastating other Caribbean Islands,  Hurricane Irma  is heading northwest toward Florida.

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